Friday, March 18, 2011

Japan night camera

The Japanese have created a camera that recognizes the color in the dark. The authors believe that their device to press the existing "one-color" counterparts. In contrast to the greenish monochrome images produced with existing night vision systems, innovative camera can "paint night" - a highly sensitive mechanism that illuminates the object with infrared rays, and then determines the length of the reflected waves from him. Accurately reflects the color that people would see under normal lighting conditions, remains elusive. However, the new "color" image has become much easier to recognize. Japanese developers hope that their offspring will be used in security systems, as well as to monitor the wildlife and tracking the road at night. In the future, cameras will be equipped with a set of lenses for shooting distant subjects. The device goes on sale later this year.

No comments:

Post a Comment